Singleton Labs offers high performance and high accuracy components for Java developers, who demand a third party components that can be seamlessly integrated into their applications.
MonarchCharts features outstanding design, allowing significantly faster develompment of data visualization applications fulfilling your most demanding requirements. Our components take full advantage of newest Java visual features.
MonarchCharts is our components library for creating charts which aids your decision making process.
Measuring something important?When it comes to measurements display, MonarchCharts treats data with precision. Statistical Process Control charts will make your process adjustment decisions easy.
Want to compare results?Performance is measured by comparing. MonarchCharts can display several data sources on the same chart for a neat distinct visual inspection.
Are your numbers right?Let's say you have made changes to your manufacturing process and would like to see whether it bounds to expected value ranges. MonarchCharts gives you the appropriate visuals to easily fulfil your needs.
Got real-time data coming?The MonarchCharts has an ability to automatically refresh itself when the underlying data source changes. Using our event based data model you will be able to see the real time data on your charts.
Combination chartsNeed to compare the data from several sources? You can have several graphs inside a single chart - just add new series to already created chart. Combine line, scatter, bars, stock symbols together.
Practical visualsCorrect charts always emphasize certain aspects - whether it's a sales difference from previous year, multiple particle positions in a 3D chart or a measurement deviation range on axis. Use different rendering styles to show the important details and grey out the unnecessary parts.
Right explanationsGraphs should be self-explanatory: viewer should understand a chart without referring to additional information from outside. With MonarchCharts labels, balloon markers, tool-tips, you will answer the viewer questions like:
- what does this curve show?
- what are the measurement units?
- where exactly are we in our data range?
- what is my zoom level?